26.07.22 Artistic initiative where to explore sensitive activities and feministic normativity - by Zaira Pampin // CANCELED!!!

Aufgrund einer plötzlichen Erkrankung der Referentin muss diese Veranstaltung leider abgesagt werden. Wir werden einen neuen Termin finden und halten euch auf dem Laufenden. Wir bitten um Verständnis und hoffen ihr könnt es auch zu dem neuen Termin schaffen!

Ganz Liebe Grüße

eure Schoko :)

 

Due to a sudden illness of the speaker, this event unfortunately has to be canceled. We will find a new date and keep you informed. We ask for your understanding and hope you can make it to the new date!

Best regards

your Schoko :)

zaira

For all girls, woman, trans, non- binary and others we‘d like to introduce the work of Zaira Pampin, visual artist and activist. She creates images and projects based on documentary material, combining social activism with artistic statements that explore interactive practices. Artistic iniciative that explores the construction of psychological through sensitive activities and feministic normativity.
Zaira is going to talk about her work, she has also created these workshops where is to explore the phenomenon of care work. Thee goal is to examine how questions of nationhood and the “civil society” impact on the very nature and constitutive elements of women’s marginalization in an era of increasing globalization and advanced modernization. Of particular significance within this tradition is the study of the ambivalent manifestation of gender and male domination in nationalist and political rhetoric, in particular, those discourses which persistently function to marginalize women*

“We cultural workers should create art that is drawn from everyday life and made up of the material od human relationships. To a large extent, we do this for the sake of our own mental survival, so we won't be overwhelmed by a sense of doom that we can't do anything about.” - she said.

When: 26.07.22

Where: Schokofabrik Mariannenstraße 6, 10997 Berlin

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